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These Are The Most And Least Talent-Competitive Countries In The World, 2019


Switzerland, Singapore, and the United States continue to lead the world in talent competitiveness, that’s according to the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) 2019, released by business school INSEAD. European countries continue to lead in the index with eight of them included in the top ten.

Switzerland came first, followed by Singapore and the United States. Norway ranked 4th on the Index, followed by Denmark, Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Luxembourg. Of the top 20 countries, 13 were in Europe, 3 in Asia, 2 in North America, and 2 in Oceania.

The 2019 report, which measures the ability of countries and cities to grow, attract and retain talent, covers 125 national economies and 114 cities across all groups of income and levels of development.

Most Talent-Competitive Countries In The World, 2019

RankCountryIncome Groups
1SwitzerlandHigh income
2SingaporeHigh income
3United StatesHigh income
4NorwayHigh income
5DenmarkHigh income
6FinlandHigh income
7SwedenHigh income
8NetherlandsHigh income
9United KingdomHigh income
10LuxembourgHigh income
11New ZealandHigh income
12AustraliaHigh income
13IcelandHigh income
14GermanyHigh income
15CanadaHigh income
16IrelandHigh income
17BelgiumHigh income
18AustriaHigh income
19United Arab EmiratesHigh income
20IsraelHigh income
21FranceHigh income
22JapanHigh income
23EstoniaHigh income
24QatarHigh income
25Czech RepublicHigh income
26MaltaHigh income
27MalaysiaUpper-middle income
28PortugalHigh income
29SloveniaHigh income
30South KoreaHigh income
31SpainHigh income
32ChileHigh income
33CyprusHigh income
34Costa RicaUpper-middle income
35LithuaniaHigh income
36Brunei DarussalamHigh income
37LatviaHigh income
38ItalyHigh income
39Saudi ArabiaHigh income
40BahrainHigh income
41SlovakiaHigh income
42PolandHigh income
43AzerbaijanUpper-middle income
44GreeceHigh income
45ChinaUpper-middle income
46UruguayHigh income
47MauritiusUpper-middle income
48OmanHigh income
49RussiaUpper-middle income
50Trinidad and TobagoHigh income
51MontenegroUpper-middle income
52PanamaUpper-middle income
53HungaryHigh income
54BulgariaUpper-middle income
55CroatiaHigh income
56KazakhstanUpper-middle income
57JordanUpper-middle income
58PhilippinesLower-middle income
59LebanonUpper-middle income
60ArgentinaUpper-middle income
61ArmeniaLower-middle income
62BotswanaUpper-middle income
63UkraineLower-middle income
64KuwaitHigh income
65ColombiaUpper-middle income
66ThailandUpper-middle income
67IndonesiaLower-middle income
68SerbiaUpper-middle income
69RomaniaUpper-middle income
70MexicoUpper-middle income
71South AfricaUpper-middle income
72BrazilUpper-middle income
73RwandaLow income
74TurkeyUpper-middle income
75AlbaniaUpper-middle income
76GeorgiaUpper-middle income
77MongoliaLower-middle income
78NamibiaUpper-middle income
79PeruUpper-middle income
80IndiaLower-middle income
81TajikistanLow income
82Sri LankaLower-middle income
83BhutanLower-middle income
84TunisiaLower-middle income
85KenyaLower-middle income
86Bosnia and HerzegovinaUpper-middle income
87EcuadorUpper-middle income
88GuatemalaLower-middle income
89MoldovaLower-middle income
90Dominican RepublicUpper-middle income
91LaosLower-middle income
92VietnamLower-middle income
93GambiaLow income
94GhanaLower-middle income
95KyrgyzstanLower-middle income
96EgyptLower-middle income
97Iran (Islamic Republic of)Upper-middle income
98HondurasLower-middle income
99NigeriaLower-middle income
100MoroccoLower-middle income
101ParaguayUpper-middle income
102SenegalLow income
103NicaraguaLower-middle income
104ZambiaLower-middle income
105AlgeriaUpper-middle income
106El SalvadorLower-middle income
107CambodiaLower-middle income
108Pakistan (Islamic Republic of)Lower-middle income
109UgandaLow income
110LesothoLower-middle income
111TanzaniaLow income
112VenezuelaUpper-middle income
113CameroonLower-middle income
114LiberiaLow income
115MalawiLow income
116MaliLow income
117EthiopiaLow income
118BangladeshLower-middle income
119MadagascarLow income
120NepalLow income
121ZimbabweLow income
122MozambiqueLow income
123BurundiLow income
124Democratic Republic of the CongoLow income
125YemenLow income

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Prof. Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
Prof. Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is a publishing executive and economist who is the CEO and editor-in-chief of The CEOWORLD magazine, one of the world’s most influential and recognized global news publications. Additionally, he serves as the chair of the advisory board for the CEOWORLD magazine. He received his Ph.D. in Finance and Banking from the European Global School, Paris, France. He earned his Doctoral Degree in Chartered Accountancy from the European International University Paris, France, and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design (KNUTD), Ukraine. Dr. Amarendra also holds a Master of Business Administration degree in International Relations and Affairs from the American University of Athens, Alabama, United States.

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